The General Data Protection Regulation has now being published in the official journal: EU Official Journal. The journal was released on the 4th of May 2016.
This will result in the GDPR entering into force on the 24th of May 2016. Provisions will be directly applicable form the 25th May 2018. Organisations will have two years to prepare to the changes. Training courses on how to prepare for the changes are available in various cites throughout 2016 and 2017.
Data Protection Ireland Journal will keep you up to date with articles and journal entries regarding the new changes.
This change will effect Irish people and a course will take place in Dublin.
Friday, 16 September 2016
Wednesday, 05 April 2017
The course will start at 10:00 to 16:00 (including lunch).
The course will cost €545 plus VAT
This course provides delegates with a detailed insight in to the main provisions of the Regulation, as well as practical guidance on what organisations should start doing to ensure that they are prepared for the new changes. The content includes:
- The scope of the Regulation, including extra-territorial applicability
- Key definitions
- The role of the lead authority
- The principles relating to personal data processing, including a detailed analysis of ‘consent’ and ‘legitimate business interests’
- New obligations on data processors
- Data breach notification
- New obligations for Data Protection Officers
- Data subjects’ rights
- Data protection by design and default
- Codes of Conduct and Certification
- International data transfers
- Consequences of non-compliance
Anyone attending the event should have a basic knowledge current data protection legal requirement. For anyone who does not have any knowledge of data protection laws can get up to date with data protection essential knowledge level 1 and then data protection essential knowledge level 2.
The course is recommended to be taken by compliance officers, HR managers, Office managers, Company secretaries, IT managers, Business analysts, Records Managers, legal advisers, Database managers and others.
Compliance & Your Data Processor
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